This Land is Our Land

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Métadonnées
Auteur(s) EARP Jeremy, JHALLY Sut, BOLLIER David
Producteur(s) EARP Jeremy, KILLOY Andrew
Date de publication 2010
Durée 00:46:00
Langue du contenu EN
Fait partie de Documentaires sur les communs
Média Vidéo
URL de diffusion http://www.mediaed.org/cgi-bin/commerce.cgi?preadd=action&key=146
Service de diffusion youtube
Identifiant de diffusion aS5VEEepjdk
Pays USA
Participant(s) BOLLIER David



Enjeu(x) : Enclosure 

This Land is Our Land - The Fight to Reclaim the Commons For more than three decades, transnational corporations have been busy buying up what used to be known as the commons -- everything from our forests and our oceans to our broadcast airwaves and our most important intellectual and cultural works. In This Land is Our Land, acclaimed author David Bollier, a leading figure in the global movement to reclaim the commons, bucks the rising tide of anti-government extremism and free market ideology to show how commercial interests are undermining our collective interests. Placing the commons squarely within the American tradition of community engagement and the free exchange of ideas and information, Bollier shows how a bold new international movement steeped in democratic principles is trying to reclaim our common wealth by modeling practical alternatives to the restrictive monopoly powers of corporate elites. This film was previously titled Silent Theft. Sections: Intro The Commons - Enclosing the Commons - The Enclosure of Nature - Enclosing Culture & Knowledge - Reclaiming the Commons ISBN:1-932869-51-4